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Marjorie Eaton

Initially trained as an architect, Marjorie Eaton went on to become a renowned artist and character actress whose career spanded from 1946-1981. Eaton was born on February 5, 1901 in San Francisco, California, USA as Marjorie Lee Eaton. As an actress, she was known for Mary Poppins (1964), That Forsyte Woman (1949) and Zombies of Mora Tau (1957). Prior to entering the film industry, Eaton was member of the Taos artist colony where she painted the majority of her notable works. Her contributions to the Art world include "Taos Ceremony". circa 1928 and "Taos Man seated". She died on April 21, 1986 in Hollywood, California.

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Feb 5, 1901 In San Francisco, California, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie The Time of Their Lives 1946-08-13
Latest Project:
Movie Crackers 1984-02-17
Known For
Poster of The Attic
Poster of Mary Poppins
Poster of My Three Sons
Poster of Witness for the Prosecution
Movie Crackers Mrs. O'Malley 1984-02-17
Movie Street Music Mildred 1981-10-01
Movie Cardiac Arrest Mrs. Swan 1980-01-28
Movie The Attic Mrs. Fowler 1980-10-01
Movie The Empire Strikes Back Emperor (uncredited) 1980-05-20
Movie The Reincarnation of Peter Proud Astrology Lady (as Marjorie Morley Eaton) 1975-04-25
Movie The Killing Kind Mrs. Orland 1974-03-20
Series Mr. Terrific Princess 1967-01-09
Movie The Trouble with Angels Sister Ursula 1966-03-29
Movie Mary Poppins Miss Persimmon - Old Woman in Park 1964-08-27
Movie Night Tide Madame Romanovitch 1963-06-06
Movie Monstrosity Hetty March 1963-09-01
Series My Three Sons Unknown 1960-09-29
Series One Step Beyond Miss Parsons 1959-01-20
Movie Zombies of Mora Tau Grandmother Peters 1957-03-01
Movie Witness for the Prosecution Miss O'Brien (uncredited) 1957-12-17
Movie Hollywood Story Weird-Looking Woman (uncredited) 1951-06-01
Movie The Vicious Years Zia Lola 1950-03-10
Movie That Forsyte Woman Hester Forsyte 1949-11-03
Movie A Woman's Vengeance Maid (uncredited) 1948-01-29
Movie The Time of Their Lives Bessie - Danbury's Maid (uncredited) 1946-08-13